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SINHG with Us

SINHG with Us, a weekly summary of SINHG trips SINHG Tours St. Andrews Recent mist and rain failed to dampen the spirits of SINHG members when they visited St. Andrews Parish Church for a tour with Paul Porwoll. The church … Continue reading

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SINGH Goes To Camp

Ned Collins shared with a group of us Seabrookers the inner workings of St Christopher Camp and Conference Center. He did a fantastic job describing the overall camp operations, its history and the current mission. We started at Susanne’s House … Continue reading

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Reminder: SINHG Evening Program, “My Gullah Life”, Thursday November 9

Alfonso Brown, the creator of Charleston’s famous downtown Gullah Tours, will be the guest speaker at this month’s SINHG Evening Program on Thursday, November 9, at the Lake House. Mr. Brown will draw on his extensive knowledge of Gullah culture … Continue reading

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SINHG with Us

SINHG with us, a weekly summary of SINHG excursions. SINHG Studies Charleston Architecture SINHG had another fantastic “Charleston Architecture” trip this month with Carol Ezell-Gilson. Starting at Washington Square, she described when and why there is a monument to Washington. … Continue reading

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SINHG with Us

SINHG with Us, a weekly summary of SINHG trips SINHG Goes Behind The Scenes SINHG members took a memorable tour this past week of the infrastructure of Seabrook Island. At the SIPOA office we learned about storm drainage, road and … Continue reading

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SINHG Offers “My Gullah Life” – November 9, 2017

When: November 9, 2017 at 7:00 pm Where: The Lake House The Seabrook Island Natural History Group is proud to present Lowcountry native Alfonso Brown for November’s Evening Program, “My Gullah Life: Growing Up In The Rural Area Of Charleston” … Continue reading

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SINHG with Us

SINHG with Us, a weekly summary of SINHG trips SINHG Goes Fishing Members of SINHG visited the Bears Bluff National Fish Hatchery on Wadmalaw Island on Tuesday. Hatchery guide, Roman Crumpton, discussed the research and study being done there on … Continue reading

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SINHG Evening Program This Week

 “Uncovering The Past: Fossils In The Lowcountry” with Matthew Gibson, Natural History Curator, Charleston Museum this Thursday, October 12th at Lake House Refreshments at 7pm Program begins at 7:30 $5 non-SINGH members Hope to see you there! For more information … Continue reading

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SINHG Goes to Church

Members of the Seabrook Island Natural History Group enjoyed a walking tour last week of several historic churches in downtown Charleston with historian Carol Ezell- Gilson. Carol’s lecture-on-the-go evoked the original walled port city, and the social and economic factors … Continue reading

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SINHG Visits Performing Arts Center

It was a warm sunny day on September 21, 2017, when the Seabrook Island Natural History Group (SINHG) visited the North Charleston Performing Arts Center (PAC). There we met Steve Congress, Director of Event Services. Steve told us that he … Continue reading

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Lake House Tech Forum: APPLE TV, 9/28

The Lake House Tech Forum, APPLE TV with Chad Droze of the Post and Computer Store has been rescheduled for Thursday, September 28, 2017, at 3:00PM. Who should attend: Seabrookers who are interested in the Apple TV streaming device. Date: … Continue reading

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SINHG Tours Beach After Irma

We hope all of you were safe during Hurricane Irma and had little or no damage to your home and property. We started out the Seabrook Island Natural History Group Fall trips with disappointing news having to cancel many of … Continue reading

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